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Handel: Arias from Julius Caesar

Joan Sutherland / Soloists / Richard Bonynge, conductor / New Symphony Orchestra of London
Decca SXL 6116

The great soprano Joan Sutherland headlines these excerpts from Handel’s  138 more words


Berenice IV of Egypt

I was going to do a piece on Cleopatra this time, since she was a remarkable, intelligent, interesting woman no matter which way you look at her. 655 more words


Anne Rice’s New Novel Plays Upon Classic Gothic Rosicrucian Themes

Anne Rice and her son Christopher Rice recently published their first collaboration: Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra (2017). This book is a sequel to Anne Rice’s… 1,190 more words

Contemporary Gothic Novels

Favorite Song Friday #4


“Pyramids” – Frank Ocean

Very rarely does a song come around that can make you feel nearly every emotion over the course of it’s run. 321 more words




Photographer: Girish Mason

Stylist: Ritika Gupta

MUA: Shama Khan

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Antony and Cleopatra

Antony and Cleopatra
by William Shakespeare Hardcover: 176 pages Publisher: Rupa & Co (1 October 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 8129105926 ISBN-13: 978-8129105929 Genre: Drama Type: 187 more words


Edmonia Lewis

Edmonia Lewis, in full Mary Edmonia Lewis, (born c. July [?]4, 1844, Greenbush, N.Y., U.S.— [?]died Sept. 17, 1907, London, Eng.), American sculptor whose Neoclassical works exploring religious and classical themes won contemporary praise and received renewed interest in the late 20th century.  2,332 more words